Stacy is a local girl. She grew up in Clarks Summit, Lackawanna County.

She joined the WNEP news team in July, 2011 first covering central Pennsylvania. Now she is the Lackawanna County beat reporter.

Stacy comes to Newswatch 16 from WWNY-TV in Watertown, NY where she was a “one-man-band,” shooting, writing, and editing her own stories. There she covered the Thousand Islands region of New York, and the 10th Mountain Division of the Army based at Fort Drum.

Stacy honed her skills at Syracuse University where she graduated magna cum laude in 2010 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. In college, she was a member of the nation’s oldest and largest entirely student-run TV station, CitrusTV.

Before her TV days, Stacy was on the 50-yard line as “Miss Comet” with the Abington Heights Marching Band. She’s a sports “phanatic.” She likes to cheer on all the Philadelphia sports teams and her beloved Orange.

When she’s not working, Stacy is a judge and coach for Odyssey of the Mind teams in NEPA. Stacy lives with her cat, Utley.

If you have a story idea, or just want to say hi, send Stacy an e-mail.


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    Business Booming for Scranton-Based Solar Company

    COVINGTON TOWNSHIP — A homegrown way to harness the sun’s energy is gaining traction. We first told you about a new solar technology developed by an inventor from Scranton more than a year ago. Something different is breaking up the landscape at Woodland Stables near Daleville. Robert Loven and his company Sustainable Energy Management Systems installed solar panels just this week. The 15 panels are the latest in 12 solar systems Loven has installed in about a year’s time. “We […]

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    Facebook Offers Ballot Help for Voters

    SCRANTON — Facebook has now gotten in on the election game, offering users a peek at everything they will have to pick from on the ballot. To see if it was making a splash, we visited a place where you’re sure to see someone looking at a screen. Most University of Scranton students we talked to had already scrolled past the voting banner on their Facebook pages. “I think it could be helpful for someone like me who has never […]

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    Man Hit by SUV in Scranton

    SCRANTON — A pedestrian was hit by a vehicle in Scranton Wednesday afternoon. Police said a man was hit by an SUV on North Washington Avenue near the intersection with Vine Street. The victim was taken to the hospital. Emergency responders said the driver blamed glare from the sun. There is no word on any charges. Man hit by an SUV on N Washington Ave. Victim taken to hospital with non life threatening injuries. Driver blamed sun's glare. @wnep pic.twitter.com/qfJIZ6HQnf […]

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    Asking the Voters: Bankruptcy for Scranton?

    SCRANTON — A petition is circulating in Scranton asking citizens if they think the city should file for bankruptcy and it could end up on the ballot in a future election. Scranton City Council looked into bankruptcy for the city several years ago. The idea is now being revived by a petition. It needs a few thousand signatures and then could become a question on an upcoming ballot. If voters say yes, would Scranton then be forced into bankruptcy? A […]

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    Man Charged with Assaulting Baby

    SCRANTON — A man is charged with assaulting a baby in Scranton. Police say Chester Godfrey, 24, admitted to shaking and hitting his girlfriend’s 4-month-old son while he was babysitting the child over the weekend. Scranton police arrested that man Monday night after an interview at police headquarters. According to court papers, Godfrey first denied abusing his girlfriend’s 4-month-old son, but he eventually admitted to hitting and shaking the baby. Neighbors say five people live in the second-floor apartment of […]

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    “Pet a Puppy” Event Offers Stress Relief for Students

    UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON — Students at the University of Scranton got a break from classes to cuddle with some service dogs in training. The “Pet a Puppy” event is a fundraiser for “America’s Vet Dogs,” a charity in New York State that trains and provides service dogs to injured veterans. Organizers say it not only provides some stress relief for students, it also benefits the dogs. “It’s good for them to know how to interact with different people when they […]

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    Scranton’s Streetlights Get Much Needed Upgrade

    SCRANTON — The streets of Scranton are getting an upgrade in lighting and energy efficiency.  The city’s spending $4 million to fix up all of its streetlights, officials hope to make that money back in savings. Charlie Cochran is part of the crew from A Plus Power Washing giving Scranton streetlight poles a fresh coat of paint. “In my experience in painting you can tell when, when the paint`s just not there anymore and rust has pushed everything off,” Cochran […]

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    Clarks Summit’s New Mayor Making History

    CLARKS SUMMIT — The new mayor of a borough in Lackawanna County doesn’t consider himself a trailblazer, but he does hope others follow in his path. Herman Johnson was recently appointed Mayor of Clarks Summit, making him the first African-American mayor in Lackawanna County’s history. Johnson had a career at Tobyhanna Army Depot, then served Clarks Summit as a police officer.  Politics was never part of his plan, and he is humble about his historic role in it, but he […]

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    Patrol Bikes Donated to Dunmore PD

    DUNMORE — The Dunmore police department has three new patrol bicycles. The bikes worth about $4,000 were donated Thursday by Toyota of Scranton. Dunmore police say the bikes will help officers get to know the community and go places they can’t reach with a car. Toyota of Scranton donated three patrol bikes to Dunmore PD this am. Part of a $45,000 commitment to community support in the borough @WNEP pic.twitter.com/xz3Q5w4FFr — Stacy Lange (@stacylange) October 27, 2016

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    Scranton Man Remembered in His Own Words

    SCRANTON — An obituary for a man from Scranton is getting a lot of attention, not necessarily because of what is in it, but because it’s written in his words. Richard Somers, 87, from Scranton, made a lot of new friends two days after his passing because of the way his obituary was written. It started an unusual way with a greeting from the deceased. “Good morning. So this is what the obituary page looks like, huh? I always wondered what […]

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    County Officials Tour Globe Building

    SCRANTON -- Lackawanna County officials took a tour around the former Globe Store Wednesday.

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    Tears of A Clown: JoJo Searching For Stolen Sidekick

    LACKAWANNA COUNTY — The creepy clown craze is certainly no laughing matter for a clown from Carbondale.  She hasn’t had a gig in more than a month.  And this is happening at the same time she is trying to recover from crime against her including her clown car that was stolen. JoJo the Clown is somewhat of a local legend in Lackawanna County.  She doesn’t know what could have possibly motivated a 19-year-old man to steal her clown car. After […]